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#1 posted 08-22-2016 10:38 PM

Cooler, that sounds like really good advice, but I completed my installation today.

Troy, here are the pix. However, I went for quick and dirty, not beautiful. The butt joints are sealer with caulk to prevent finish from getting inside the boxes I made.

The filters for the replacement air. There is one on each side of the wall.

The box containing the blower. This is directly across from the inlet filters so I will have a good air stream at my back as I spray. There is a furnace filter behind the paint arrestor filters.

The flexible duct going from the finish room to the window.

This is a close up of the box exiting the finishing room. I caulked the opening between the wall and the box.

Finally, the duct exiting through the window, which can be opened and closed behind the plywood without moving the plywood.

If anyone missed it earlier in my original post, I only spray WB products.

Again, I thank everyone for all the assistance.

-- Art


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